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Yet another game one loss for the Celtics.

 In a first quarter that was nip and tuck the C's ended up with a small lead. They moved it well on offense but had a few too many turnovers. Defensively they seemed to be ready to grind. In the second we saw the C's exert their will a bit especially on D. You have to love how they are attacking the paint! They are destroying Miami inside. 

Need a big third quarter... Marcus Smart has been an assist machine! Rob Williams has been excellent on both ends. Marcus pulls up and nails the three! Would love to see the C's go on a huge run! Miami is hitting some lucky threes tonight. 

JB for THREEEEEEEEE! Kevin Harland is beyond annoying to listen to. Not sure what the C's are doing but the lead is gone and it's getting annoying. Great job by MB getting inside and scoring. The Celtics defense absolutely sucked in the third. Absolutely disgusting third quarter overall. There was absolutely no defense and now they trail by double digits. Just don't get this team at all...

Cs are in need of a huge fourth quarter. At the start of the fourth we see some pretty decent defense. C's have cut the lead to five. They truly need to buckle down and make this comeback happen. Someone needs to stick Butler and shut him off. Tatum and Brown need to be the leaders and finish strong. No more lapses and mistakes. They need to be perfect the rest of the game.

JB is leading the charge right now. Yet they are still trailing. It feels like another game one loss is coming. Disgusting loss yet again. Another game one loss yet again. It's like history repeats itself. They will bounce back on Friday. 

Bleed Green Celtic Pride


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